Stanford’s Patrick Rodgers and Cameron Wilson have been named finalists for the Ben Hogan Award. No Cardinal has ever won the award, created in 1990.
Chuck Corica Golf Complex in Alameda, which hosts up to 150,000 rounds per year, is set to take on some new looks, including the Mif Albright par-3 executive course. The Jack Clark South Course will be redone by Rees Jones.
Opening today in San Francisco’s Mission District is Urban Putt, a creatively crafted 14-hole miniature golf course, complete with a restaurant and two bars.
New Zealand has created a beginner-friendly game by making a rugby-shaped golf ball that is hit through uprights.
We take a look at the fascinating history of a tournament that began in 1928, with the winner taking home a keg of nails, and the last-place finisher a sack of manure.
By all accounts, this year’s Swing Skirts Classic has been a great success in a region rich with professional golf. But it’s future in the Bay Area and at Lake Merced is still in question.
Stanford graduate Michelle Wie wins in Hawaii, brings some added buzz to this week’s Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic at Lake Merced GC. The 24-year-old first played on the LPGA Tour at the age of 12.
Former Tour pros Roger Maltbie and Kay Cockerill, as well as Cal State Am champ Cory McElyea, stopped by DeLaveaga GC in Santa Cruz to support a junior golf fundraiser.
Cal’s Brandon Hagy and Stanford’s Cameron Wilson will play for Team USA in June’s Palmer Cup at Walton Heath Golf Club outside of London. Wilson is leading a streaking Stanford team.
Award-winning instructor Jeff Ritter’s MTT (Make The Turn) is coming to Poppy Hills starting May 7. He will work out of the renovated practice facility.